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The conviction follows a new sweeping anti-gay law signed by Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan which bans same-sex marriage, public displays of affection between members of the same sex and gay clubs

Gay Nigerian man whipped 20 times for single homosexual act – but is spared stoning to death

20-year-old was given lashes after being convicted of sodomy in a Shariah court. The verdict follows a new sweeping anti-gay law signed by Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan (pictured)

Harmondsworth IRC in West Drayton, where inspectors have revealed that an 84-year-old immigration detainee - who was suffering from dementia - was taken to hospital in handcuffs and died while still in restraints

84-year-old dementia patient died in handcuffs at immigration detention centre

The Chief Inspector of Prisons said the system had "utterly failed" the "most vulnerable people in detention"

British Prime Minister David Cameron and Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan take part in round table talks in Nigeria during July 2011

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Jim O'Neill is doing a programme for the BBC examining MINT economies

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A sex worker activist attends a demonstration with prostitutes against a proposal to scrap sanctions on soliciting and instead punish prostitutes' customers with fines, Paris

In pictures: France debates prostitution bill as protests spread outside the parliament

French lawmakers are debating one of Europe's toughest laws against prostitution and sex trafficking. Local movie stars have signed petitions, political parties are split, and sex workers complain the government is doing them out of a living. France is divided over a bid to crack down on prostitution.

Back to square one: Isa Muaza’s botched deportation reflects badly on Britain

Ms May should reconsider her approach to this case, and to others like it

Supporters of Mr Isa Muaza, who is being held in the medical unit at the Harmondsworth detention centre near Heathrow, described his treatment as 'inhuman'

Hunger-striking asylum seeker Isa Muaza back in UK after botched removal in private jet

Lawyers for a gravely-ill Nigerian hunger striker are to make a fresh attempt to halt his deportation after he endured a botched removal from Britain involving a 20-hour flight on a private jet hired at a cost of up to £110,000.

On-loan Liverpool winger Victor Moses has set himself a target and landing 20 goals this season despite scoring just one in his first nine appearances

On-loan Liverpool winger Victor Moses still targeting 20 goals this season despite notching just one goal and slipping out of staring line-up

The Nigerian international scored on his Reds debut but has made his last three appearances from the bench

The Harmondsworth Immigration Detention centre where Isa Muazu is detained

'Close to death' hunger striker loses appeal for ruling that he is being held unlawfully in immigration detention centre

A 'close to death' hunger striker has lost a Court of Appeal bid for a ruling that he is being unlawfully held in an immigration detention centre pending attempts to remove him from the UK.

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Theresa May could face MPs over failed Nigerian asylum seeker Isa Muazu's hunger strike

Theresa May could face Parliament over the case of a detained Nigerian man on hunger strike since his asylum application was rejected.

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